Travelport has reported small gains across the business for the second quarter ended 30 June 2017.
The distribution giant says revenue for its Travel Commerce Platform increased 2% to $584.
While Beyond Air, it's non-air business, increased 8% to $160 million, the air revenue decreased $2 million.
Revenue for eNett, its payments business which also sits within Beyond Air, increased 16% to $44 million, attributed to business gains in the APAC region.
Additional highlights of the second quarter and half-year results show net income of $34 million and adjusted EBITDA up 6% to $147 million.
Chief executive Gordon Wilson says the company "delivered a solid quarter".
Talking to Tnooz, he points out that the company made a loss in the second quarter of 2016 so "it feels quite good."
Gains across APAC including Yatra and Indigo in India as well as several Indonesia-based businesses have contributed to growth for the company.
A further "big win" in Asia is expected to be announced in the next few weeks.
In Europe, there has also been some "share-shift" with modest growth in Germany, Benelux, Scandinavia and France.
Wilson also says he's confident the wins will help counteract any losses going into 2018.
He adds that the results are in line with expectations and that Travelport is on track to meet its targets for 2017.
One further interesting line coming out of the earnings call was Wilson's reference to "growth based on products and services as opposed to with a cheque book."
He stressed Travelport is not trying to win business by throwing money around.
"That's not for us. Our view is very simple. We have been investing in improving our content, shopping technology and speed so we're winning on that basis."
Wilson also commented on the fragmented distribution landscape in light of BA's planned surcharge on bookings not made via an NDC connection.
"The fact that Delta has done the opposite is quite telling and AA is using a different methodology to get agents to write to its API.
"The BA approach seems to be a morphing one. They want agents to write to their API but I don't think they've got the latest one and it seems to be morphing into a conversation about some sort of change to the economic model."
Travelport confirmed in its earnings that it has re-signed its contract with Delta with Wilson describing it as "recognition of the value we can deliver through the products we have."
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